News & Events

Our coat rack is back out front, in the cloister. Leave any outwear you don’t need and take what you do need.

February 15, Thursday

Deadline for Keystone has been moved up. Please email articles to: [email protected]

February 16, Friday

Potluck Supper from 6 to 7 pm. Please bring a dish to share and join us for an evening of great food and conversation.

February 17, Saturday

The Youth Formation Group will meet from 10:30 am till 12:30 pm, led by Mary Gerisch. Bible readings and discussion, crafts, and preparation of lunch by the children makes for a fun and interesting morning. All ages are welcome.

April 14, Saturday

Safe Church training will be offered here at St Peter’s form 8:45 to 3 pm. Call the office to register: 802-442-2911, Tues, Wed, Thurs from 8:30 to 11:30


We’re looking for men to mentor third and fourth grade boys at lunch and recess one day a week. These boys need good male role models. The boys are part of the Seedlings after-school program. An hour a week can make a big difference! contact [email protected]

The Building Fund Campaign Sap Bucket is ready for your donation!

This challenge is to raise $12,000 over the next year to help pay for building projects. If you would like your contribution to be credited to your name (for tax purposes), please place it in an envelope with your name on it. If you write a check, please indicate Building Fundraising Challenge in the memo line. The Vestry is asking the 70 families in our parish to consider giving 25 cents per person per day.

Rector’s Office Hours ( Wednesday 2 to 5 pm) is a time when Fr. Justin is available without prior appointment. He may be called away in emergency situations and then office hours may be canceled. If possible please call to make an appointment.

The Bless Bennington project: The meditation group at the Unitarian Church is encouraging people in Bennington to take one minute each morning or evening at 9 (or any time it occurs to you) to extend feelings of gratitude, love and blessing to the town of Bennington.

Please use the compost bucket in the kitchen. All food scraps should go into this bucket and then it can then be emptied into the bin outside the kitchen door. Please help our Mother Earth by returning food to the earth!

Sunday School: Bring the children and have a great time with stories, crafts, lunch and more. Call Mary Gerisch at 379-6311 for more information.

The Freezer is Hungry
The freezer can always use more items. When you are making soup, stew, chili, etc., put one extra serving in a container, mark it with the date and put it in the freezer in the hall by the Parish Office. Remember that we try to rotate the food every six months, so it is important to mark the date. Other ideas are a package of hot dogs or hamburger patties and buns bundled together. Thank you to all who put food in the freezer.

Photo/Image Policy for St Peter’s Church:
The Vestry would like folks to re-read the church’s photo policy. Parents have to sign an “opt in” form in order for us to use children’s photos in print and on-line. Adults  have to sign an “opt out” form if they do not want their picture to be published. The policy and forms are on the bulletin board.

If you are Hospitalized
Because of the HIPAA laws, hospitals are not allowed to notify the Church of your admission. Please call the Church to let us know that you have been admitted to the hospital

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